Friday, February 13, 2015

Major League Baseball in Las Vegas

Look at the below map.  Which team would do best to premiere a couple home stands of regular season series in Las Vegas?

The Padres have the least amount of historical nostalgia on this map with concerns to MLB history.
And which territory could stretch itself for more fan support?
The Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim is the name of a team already.
So what about the Los Angeles Dodgers of Las Vegas?  What about a certain amount of series taking place in a newly built Vegas ballpark?
San Diego Padres of Vegas?

And what about the Arizona Diamondbacks of Las Vegas.  That would be my vote if a share of a relocated/co-located Athletics didn't come to be.  One shared for Las Vegas and/or a Oakland/Portland partnership.  Envision, the West Coast Athletics.  Below-linked I talk about it.  I also talk of a team that would be housed in the Inland Empire (Riverside/San Bernadino California area as well as Las Vegas).  Las Vegas could afford the venue for sure. 


See more expansion, co-location and relocation talk for football, baseball, basketball, hockey and soccer on my blog 
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Los Angeles, Las Vegas or Louisville Bengals?

The Chivas should've been moved to Las Vegas Part-Time
Boston Celtics of Cincinnati. #NBA Expansion
West Coast Whales NHL Team in Seattle, Portland and Las Vegas
Forget building a new ballpark in Oakland. Do it in Las Vegas. The West Coast Athletics

Options Options Options. What about this Relocation & Expansion for 32 team MLB ? 

West Coast is biggest Gap in the Big Five Sports
Inland Empire Emperors. #MLBExpansion Relocation and Co-Location Las Vegas MLBWest Coast Representation Lacking for the Big Leagues

Without the NBA
A Fast Pitch for Expansion in the Big Five Sports Leagues. Westward Hockey and Soccer.
NBA Travel Team. Route 66 NBA Club 
Western Cities That Get More Pro Teams. And Las Vegas.

Sorry, Vegas soccer fans:
Sin City Flights. An innovative expansion or co-location/relocation for NBA or NHL

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